Common Parenting Issues
Common Parenting Issues - Handouts for Professionals working with Children & Families by Cathy Bétoin. Are you a professional who encounters children with a wide range of difficulties? Do you also work with their parents? Would you like a flexible source of information to support you in your work? This CD-ROM resource pack has been designed for you, and will be an invaluable asset to your health centre, children's centre, playgroup, nursery or school. - Each of the handouts deals with one issue in detail. - Topics include sleep, eating, behaviour, language and communication delays, attention deficits, sibling relationships, anxiety, jealousy, depression, bullying, death, divorce and trauma. - Designed as a high-quality leaflet, the handouts can be printed from the CD or photocopied from the book and either made available to individuals, or used to develop an accessible information rack for parents. Covering the full range of issues encountered by parents of children up to the age of sixteen, the leaflets provide clearly written guidance on how to help children with some of the common problems encountered in family life. Suitable for families attending your surgery, family centre, community mental health team, school, nursery, social work, psychology or psychiatry department.
Preface Introduction Index of leaflets for professionals and parents 1Welcome to our Child Development Service 2Carrying out your own developmental assessment: 0-5 years 3Using a developmental assessment to support early intervention with your child 4Carrying out your own developmental assessment: 6-16 years 5Looking at your family history 6Parenting children from birth to 16 years 7How stress affects parenting, and how to help yourself 8Helpful patterns in healthy families 9What is assertiveness and how can it help parenting? 10Encouraging a secure attachment between you and your child 11Thinking about thoughts 12Finding calm in a challenging world 13Encouraging eye contact: the beginnings of social communication 14Songs and rhymes to develop language, attention and play skills 15Choosing toys to help your child's development 16Helping children learn the art of happiness 17Supporting your child's self-confidence, self-esteem and optimism 18Building your child's self-esteem and confidence 19Helping your child develop concentration skills and maturity 20Helping babies and young children develop good sleep patterns 21Helping children eat well 22Playing with your baby: helping your baby and yourself 23Helping young children learn to talk 24Encouraging good behaviour 25Encouraging good behaviour in children with disabilities 26Using praise effectively 27Hitting and kicking, spitting, biting and swearing 28Playing with your child: helping your child and yourself 29Time for your teenager: helping your teenager and yourself 30Learning to listen: helping children with their feelings 31Helping siblings to get on with each other 32Helping temperamentally challenging children 33Helping children with fears and anxiety 34Helping children with jealousy 35Coping with irritability, sulking and a quick temper 36Helping children and adults with depression 37Understanding guilt and shame 38Could my child have an Autistic Spectrum Disorder, and how can I help? 39Could my child have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and how can I help? 40Could my child have developmental dyspraxia, and how can I help? 41Could my child have dyslexia, and how can I help? 42Obsessive-compulsive and repetitive behaviours, and how to help your child 43Wetting and soiling, and how to help your child 44Helping children with separation and divorce 45Helping children with death and loss 46Helping children cope with trauma 47Helping children cope with bullying and teasing 48My child may have some special educational needs - what should I do? 49Supporting children with writing 50Supporting children with mathematics 51Becoming a parent of a child with a disability
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